Month: November 2020

Presented by: Outlander fans want an immersive experience in the world of the show. However, in the midst of both Droughtlander and a global pandemic, fans of the time-traveling historical romance have fewer options than ever to engage with this rich world. Some fans are satisfied with collecting clothing items or themed gifts, but Cryptozoic’s
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Sleighbells ringing, chestnuts open on a roasted fire, you on your couch in front of a television as it moves onto to its 11th consecutive hour of Christmas programming. We all know the various traditions of the season. Where once you were beholden to watching A Christmas Story four times in a row on TV
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Possessor follows the elite, corporate assassin Tasya Vos (Andrea Riseborough, Mandy) who uses brain-implant technology to take control of other people’s bodies to execute high profile targets. However, as she sinks deeper into her latest assignment with Colin Tate (Christopher Abbott), Vos becomes trapped inside a mind that threatens to obliterate her. Written and directed
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This Star Wars: The Mandalorian article contains spoilers. “The Jedi” is an action-packed episode of The Mandalorian that takes many of its cues from classic samurai and Western movies, two of the genres that heavily inspired George Lucas’ vision for the first Star Wars. Here, we see as two brave warriors take down a cruel
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This Warrior review contains spoilers. Warrior Season 2 Episode 9 Enter the Dragon was Bruce Lee’s most significant film and is regarded as one of the greatest martial arts films of all time. It was the first major Hollywood and Hong Kong co-production, and it also became one of the most profitable films of all time. Tragically,
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At this end of the year, a lot of people’s watch schedules lean towards already-seen-but-comforting festive fare. If that’s your bag, then the streaming services have you covered with a stack of Christmas movies new and old. (In addition to the UK festive specials on traditional channels we’ve collected for you here.) You can watch
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This Star Trek: Discovery review contains spoilers. Star Trek: Discovery Season 3, Episode 7 The Vulcans have long been one of Star Trek‘s most fascinating creations. A society built on the value of logic, The Original Series immediately challenged the concept by making main character Spock half-human, with all of the emotionality that comes with
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When Dutch director Paul Verhoeven let RoboCop roam the dystopian city streets of Detroit in 1987, the result was a smart satire on corporate greed, consumerism and rebirth that explored a cyborg super cop’s lingering humanity. It became an instant science fiction classic. When a sequel was greenlit and Verhoeven passed, there was seemingly only
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So, maybe there isn’t enough Christmas and holiday programming on TV for your liking. We get it. You can’t be stuck at the mercy of broadcasters and cable networks all the time, not when there are so many Christmas movies to watch, right? Read more Well, because we’re a little crazy, we’re working on an index
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This Star Trek: Discovery article contains MAJOR spoilers for “Unification III,” and spoilers for Picard. Michael Burnham has returned to her home planet Vulcan in an attempt to recover some data from a Vulcan and Romulan alliance she never thought was even possible. If this sounds like the beginning of an epic title crawl in
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Laser powder bed fusion is a dominant additive manufacturing technology that has yet to reach its potential. The problem facing industry is that tiny bubbles or pores sometimes form during the printing process, and these pores create weak spots in finished products. When a slow-speed, high-power laser is melting metal powder during the 3D printing
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This article contains Aquaman spoilers. The conclusion of the Aquaman movie certainly left the door open for Aquaman 2 to happen. Whether it’s Arthur’s conciliatory “we’ll talk” to Patrick Wilson’s Orm after their climactic confrontation (which teases the possibility that Ocean Master will return) or the post-credits scene that has much wider implications for Black
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Black Friday is a retail nightmare, but for the unfortunate gamers still trying to get their hands on a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S before the end of 2020, the biggest shopping weekend of the year may be their best bet. While the already chaotic nature of the next-gen retail market will likely make
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Following the success of Katsuhiro Otomo’s classic anime masterpiece Akira riding back into cinemas earlier this year, Manga Entertainment UK has announced its 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release and to celebrate, we have a copy to give away! Not only that, but we will also be including a mini-theatrical release poster to go along with it! <span data-mce-type=”bookmark”
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Most solar cells today are made with refined silicon that turns sunlight into clean electricity. Unfortunately, the process of refining silicon is far from clean, requiring vast amounts of energy from carbon-emitting power plants. For a greener alternative to silicon, researchers have focused on thin-film perovskites – low-cost, flexible solar cells that can be produced
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What did you do while in lockdown earlier this year? Well, while this particular writer decided to watch all seven seasons of Mad Men (true story), the cast and crew of Host made what the poster boasts is ‘the scariest film of the past decade’. Now, that’s saying a lot during this particular year but
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By the end of World of Warcraft‘s last expansion, Battle for Azeroth, the usual fatigue that accompanies the final days of a WoW expansion was amplified by the belief that Blizzard was no longer in control of its 16-year-old MMORPG giant. There were some players who felt that Activision’s influence on Blizzard had corrupted the
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The different colors in Magic: The Gathering represent different types of magic. Black mana, for example, is drawn from swamps, and is parasitic and destructive, leeching power from its victims before destroying them completely. Red mana, from mountains, is chaotic and explosive, dealing lots of direct damage to opponents. Wizards of the Coast would clearly
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